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Physical and mental preparation for a dance audition

Physical and mental preparation for a dance audition

Auditions season is coming. November is the month when we usually start seeing many announcements of dance auditions online. This is why today, we want to share with you some tips to help you be more physically and mentally prepared for a dance audition. 1. Being...

Download the Dinamica Ballet 2020 catalogue

Download the Dinamica Ballet 2020 catalogue

Our catalogue containing all of our ballet bars and professional mirrors is now available! You'll find our new height adjustable ballet bar Juliette, our mirror Amadeus which allows a perfect combination with our wall support Arabesque, and our mirror...

Home trainings with a ballet bar

Home trainings with a ballet bar

During the last few weeks, our lives have changed drastically. Keeping our body and soul active is the only solution to the hard situation that we are currently living. Today we are presenting to you some exercises that you can do using our ballet bars,...

Dinamica Ballet in front of  the covid-19

Dinamica Ballet in front of the covid-19

Given the current health situation, at Dinamica Ballet we are acting to protect our team, clients and suppliers. At the same time, we are doing and will do everything in our power to operate as normally as possible. This is how are we managing the...

We will be at Danzainfiera 2020 in Florence

We will be at Danzainfiera 2020 in Florence

On Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 February we will be at the Danzainfiera dance professional fair. This event is held annually at the Fortezza da Basso in Florence and has become a benchmark among companies, dancers, schools and dance companies throughout...

La Nuit Blanche de Dior

La Nuit Blanche de Dior

Between March 29th and April 2nd took place at the Opera Theater in Rome La Nuit Blanche, a ballet in homage of the American musician and composer Philip Glass. For the gala, Maria Grazia Chiuri, artistic creator of Dior, designed the costumes of the 16...

Dancing Plague of 1518

Dancing Plague of 1518

It all began innocently enough in July of 1518 in the town of Strasbourg. As the townsfolk went about their usual business of contracting incurable illnesses, a woman began to dance in the street. This might not sound too strange, but keep in mind that the age of people dancing unabashedly to their MP3 players in public, was still some 450 years away.

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